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What is SQL?

Analytics, Data Analytics, BIG Data Analytics, Hadoop, Business Intelligence.

SQL is the gateway to all of these trending  data technologies.  

It is the language that allows us to communicate with data, understand it and gain insight from it.  It puts us humans in the position of making better decisions.

WHY LEARN SQL?

Every day, 2.5 exabytes of data are produced.  This is equivalent to 530 million songs or 90 years of HD video.  The total amount of data in the world is set to rise to 44 zettabytes by the year 2020.

1 zettabyte = 44 trillion gigabytes.  

The data growth rate is staggering and more data has been created in the past two years than in the entire history of the human race.

Making sense of this data is now an absolute necessity for the success of businesses to deepen customer connections and fuel strategic growth.

Learning SQL is a key gateway skill that puts you in a very valuable position. 

 
 
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The demand for people to analyze, manipulate,
model, and derive insights from this data is bigger
than ever before.

Harnham Salary Guide 2017

 
 

The demand for people with SQL knowledge is bigger than ever before!

 
 
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Average Salaries in Big Data

Harnham Salary Guide 

 
 

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